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|Title||Contemporary technology methods and techniques in preserving archaeological sites and buildings.|
|Title in Arabic||أساليب وتقنيات التكنولوجيا المعاصرة في الحفاظ على المواقع والمباني الأثرية.|
"Palestine, especially the Gaza strip, has many sites and archeological buildings that need to be preserved and restored in the difficult conditions of the limited resources that are available. The buildings and archaeological sites carry aesthetic and cultural values and represent a high scientific value and the detection of the restoration is the detection preservation and protection of these values. Archeology has developed considerably in the last half of the 20th century where the restoration of the monuments is self-sustaining benefiting from the sciences of others sciences while benefiting from the fine arts and crafts fundamentals therefore the restoration processes are not just good deeds operations of special nature have their origins traditions and standards and have scientific laws and must be exercised with full experience and know how. In the restoration of sites in the Gaza strip for example the site of tell Amer which is currently undergoing the restoration is a process to strengthen and inject some walls and additions to the site . There are many techniques that have facilitated and helped in the restoration of building including the use of lasers and the use of technological nanotechnology as well as ruby dust and the use of ultrasound recently the station was used In the restoration of sites and buildings in the gaza strip did not use any modern technology for several reasons the first occupation which prevents the introduction of any tools and materials in view of the high prices. "
|Published in||المؤتمر الدولي الرابع للتراث الثقافي المعماري: "تأهيل المواقع والمباني الأثرية في ضوء المتطلبات المعاصرة"|
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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